Current Research Studies

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National Allergy & ENT Research has conducted research for over 25 years. We have participated in over 350 clinical trials studying conditions such as asthma, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, urticaria, and headaches. These trials have resulted in many publications.

Today our center maintains two research locations in Charleston, SC. These sites are designed to suit the data management needs of all types of studies with facility-wide data ports and networking capabilities in addition to patient treatment and waiting areas. Each location occupies a 2000 square foot facility dedicated to clinical research. The research facilities are located in our West Ashley & North Charleston facilities.

Most of our study volunteers come from within our clinical practice and database of past research subjects. We always welcome new volunteers to participate in our upcoming research studies. Please read below for more information about our research projects.

Featured Study of the Month

We are currently looking for children who suffer from peanut allergy.

Please contact Austin for additional information @ 843-576-3384

Who may qualify.

The study is open to those who meet the following criteria:

  • Pediatric/Adolescent
  • Have a history of physician-diagnosed peanut allergy with known oral exposure to peanut or peanut-containing food
  • Are able to attend study visits and capable of providing written assent

Your Details

Let us know how to get back to you.

West Ashley Studies

Pediatric Asthma – Pediatric patients who suffer from persistent asthma

Preschool Asthma – Preschool-aged patients who suffer from asthma

Adolescents with Atopic Dermatitis – Adolescents who suffer from moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis

Please contact Robin at 843-576-7486 for more information.

I’m interested in this study


North Charleston Studies

Adult Asthma – Adults suffering from moderate-to-severe asthma

Adult Chronic Cough – Adults who suffer from chronic refractory cough

Peanut Allergy – Pediatric patients who suffer from peanut allergy

Please contact Faye at 843-261-2222 for more information.

I’m interested in this study


Upcoming Studies

We will be enrolling for these studies soon. Please contact Faye at 843-261-2222 if you would like more information

Adult Migraine

Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis

Adult Severe Asthma

Adolescent-Adult Asthma

I’m interested in this study